An over-the-top and beyond-PC comedy that infuses party-hearty anarchy with hectoring moral outrage.
In the four decades since he designed Stanley Kubrick's production of "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb," Ken Adam still figures it's the best work he's ever done.
Recalling such bygone droll political comedies as "Dr. Strangelove" and "The Mouse That Roared," Michael Moore's long-curing "Canadian Bacon" is an amusing outing for a sophisticated crowd. More hip…
ONE FILMMAKER NEVER TO BE counted out is Stanley Kubrick. News that he's adapting Louis Begley's "Wartime Lies" for the big screen stirred up excitement among film buffs who've waited seven years…
Producer-director Stanley Kubrick has with skill and daring fashioned a sharply satirical comedy on a subject as sensitive as Top Security--a nuclear holocaust--in the Columbia Picture release, "Dr…
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